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New Weber Smokey Mountain

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Thread Starter 
I just scored a new wsm for $199. I can't wait to try it. Unfortunatly in Central NY its about 10 degrees out. While I'm waiting for better weather is there any mods recommended?
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No mods to make, it works great right out of the box. No need to wait either; the WSM runs just fine in the cold. It's the wind that ya have to watch for.

You got a very good price on that unit.
post #3 of 9
Congrats on the new smoker and I'm sure you will like it there are alot of folks here that have them here.
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Thread Starter 
Confusion@%$& Does one of the smoking grates sit right on top of the water pan? The setup is different than my ecb...
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the lower grate sits right above the water pan.
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No directions? Just kidding but it really is easy to assemble. The hardest part for me was the ash pan. I finally bent the tabs to keep the darn thing from falling off.
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LOL, the same thing happened to me. I was so happy the carton arrived in perfect condition I figured I wouldn't have any problems. The damn ash pan just didn't want to lay right and I thought maybe the legs were off. I finally just bent the tabs also.
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I hear ya, I don't understand why it's not part of the directions. Oh well nothing beats trial and error PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif

You're really going to like that cooker. Super easy temp controls and pretty much a miser on fuel.
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Where did you get your Weber for 199.00? I live in Buffalo and just order one online for 239.00. That was the best price I could find. I am eager to try it out in the cold. i have a chargriller with sfb and it does nothing in the cold. I am going through bbq withdrawal.
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